“That song is too good,” Keke gushed. “We already know that Beyoncé is empowering. But she does it in a very undercut way. You don’t always know how much she’s really trying to give you—the life that you deserve and you need.”
Decoding the lyrics, Keke noted that the song makes you stop in your tracks. For her, it’s the line: “Fire beneath your feet / Music when you speak / You are so unique,” adding, “For me, that’s when s–t goes haywire.”
“She’s been telling you, you are so unique. Everything that she’s saying to herself, she’s reminding you and puts an exclamation point mark on the end where she’s letting you know,” Keke explained. “We needed this renaissance!”
Similar to Beyoncé, Keke has navigated the music industry with chart-topping hits.